Updates

Section Updates
Section Updates Updated on 19 May 2020
Street View Area/Comments Section of Promenade

Loch Prom

Work has restarted on Douglas Promenade Refurbishment Scheme with strict adherence to the Isle of Man Government's Covid-19 measures. 

New traffic management is in place along Douglas Promenade.

Four-way traffic light system is operation at the Sea Terminal and Victoria Street, with the right hand turn lane now back in operation.

Bus Shelter (Stand F) interchange is now back in use beside Regent Street. Work along the footpath from Regent Street to Greensills Corner is now continuing, services ducting is being installed and once completed a tarmac surface will be in place ready for the granite paving.

We are advising pedestrians when possible to use Strand Street, unless requiring access to the businesses or properties along this section of the promenade.  

Harris Promenade

Finch Road one way will remain in its current direction heading from Tynwald Building to Church Road, please be reminded of the give way sign at the junction of Christian Road.

Work is planned to continue outside the Sefton Hotel in the cultural area with two way traffic being maintained.

Central Promenade

Parking has been suspended on the highway in front of Clarence Terrace to allow for the set up two way traffic lights to facilitate the construction of the rail corridor.  Access to Castle Mona Avenue and Esplanade Lane will be maintained. 

Queen's Promenade

The water main installation continues south along the seaward side, followed by service ducting and creation of the kerb line and footpath. The commissioning of the new HV cable will be taking place along with the installation of the street lamp columns. 

In order to complete the rail section at the bottom of Summer Hill Road, the slip road at the bottom will be closed restricting access for both pedestrian and vehicles.  Access along Summer Hill road will not be obstructed.

4 Week Program (Auldyn Construction Ltd.)

Auldyn Construction Ltd. have supplied a 4 Week program of works, This can be found by Click Here

This document will be updated every 2 weeks - this document will commence on  18 May 2020. 

The program gives an overview of the areas planned work is set to commence over the next 4 weeks. The schedule is split between North and South and sub sections of seaside and land side.

Some of the work is weather dependent, for example concrete can not be poured in poor weather and the work force may be relocated to another area along the promenade.

Parking Status
Parking Status Updated on 19 May 2020
Street View Area Comments Section of Promenade
Free 30 minutes parking
Parking in the Castle Mona Car Park has been of great assistance to the local businesses however due to continual work in the Castle Mona site.

The DOI would like to say thank you to the Tevir group for allowing us use of the land and offer car parking facilities.

The 30 Minute disc zone will remain in force.
Summerland parking
The old Summerland site, at the northern end of the Promenade, has been designated free parking for up to 24 hours x 34. Why not park and walk?
Strathallan walkway
Free x 24 parking spaces for up to 2 hours (disc needs to be displayed) on the Walkway opposite the Terminus pub at the northern end of the Promenade.
Please note this area is subject to coastal overtopping if a yellow weather warning or above is issued.
The Walkway
Over 220 spaces (including 12 disabled spaces) for up to 2 hours (disc must be displayed) on the Walkway between The War Memorial and the Bottleneck car park.

Please note this area is 10mph as it is a multi user area.

Additionally this area can experience coastal overtopping in the event of a yellow weather warning.
Taxi drop off/pick up
Area in front of The Best Western Palace Hotel and Casino.
Taxi Pick up and drop off for the Sefton Hotel is currently directly outside.
Various car parks at the southern end of Douglas Promenade - free overnight parking between 6pm-8am
The Department of Infrastructure has made available, for the period of the scheme, free parking at Parade Street East, Parade Street West and The Tongue (beside Douglas Yacht Club).

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